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The top Computerworld community discussion forums this week:

1. R18+ gaming classification

What are people’s thoughts about R18+ gaming classification? This debate received a lot of attention as the community tells us what they prefer and why. Join in.

2.Downloading photos from Facebook

Try installing the FacePAD plug-in for Firefox. Short for Facebook Photo Album Downloader, it does exactly what its name implies: downloads entire albums at a time. Join in.

3. No talk of Telstra's customer service at the latest financial results briefing

Join others and air your views on how much influence customer service has on the telco's financial results. Join in.

4. Windows 7 backup system

Do you have any suggestions on the best way to back up on Windows 7? Join in.

5. iiNet wins landmark case

I'm definitely happy with the result. There's too much responsibility for ISPs to filter what a user can/cannot download and I thought it was pretty implausible for companies (especially small ISPs) to filter such a vast amount of information that is increasing everyday. Take youtube for example, although they removed a lot of movies/ mvs due to copyright infringements, I can still access foreign dramas- no probs.

I wonder how AFACT's appeal to the high court will turn out. Join in

6.Will robots be everywhere?

We just wrote a story on some of the work being done at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Autonomous Systems (CAS). Basically the lead researcher is suggesting robots could be used across many industries to automate the workflow and reduce potential risks.Join in

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